Boston Calling’s multi-genre music festival has announced its 2017 lineup, with some big name headliners throughout the music industry closing out each night. Taking place at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston, MA, on May 26-28, music lovers will see headliners Chance The Rapper, Mumford & Sons and, after years away from the scene, Tool.
This will be the first year since the festival’s inaugural year in 2013 that the festival will be held in a different venue. The event took place in previous years at Boston’s City Hall Plaza. Other artists performing at the festival over the three days will include Major Lazer, Solange, Cage The Elephant, Weezer, Bon Iver, The xx and Tegan and Sara. Major Lazer (2013), Solange (2013) and Tegan and Sara (2014) have all appeared on the festival bill in the past.
Various ticket levels can be purchased for the event. General admission single day tickets cost $99, VIP $199 and 3-day general admission passes cost $269, VIP $529. Platinum VIP passes will run between $599-$999. Fans can also inquire about 12-50 person skybox lounges that are available.
Boston Calling is produced by Crash Line Productions and The Madison Square Garden Company. The eighth installment of the festival will also see a film experience, curated by Academy Award-winning actress and Harvard graduate, Natalie Portman. Full lineup listed below, with set times coming soon.